Whilst tattooing has it's own unique sensation, many people compare it to waxing or a cat scratch. Whilst it is an effective way of reducing your discomfort during procedures such as body-piercing, EMLA and similar products are PHARMACY ONLY medicines.This means we are not licensed to sell or use these products in our service.I have a particular design in my head, but with your experience and knowledge i think i can do with the advice.
The other, MORE SERIOUS reason NOT to use a topical anaesthetic is that they are intended for single injection sites (ie catheter placement) during which an insignificant amount of the product enters the blood stream.I love how you take on tattooing as a true art form. had a wee look at ur paintings and i really liked it. luv mgt (scotland)hi les i am interested in becoming a tattoo artist im pretty handy with pens and pencils but will this translate to tattoos?i paint myself so i love looking at other art work. It's on my back (and has been there for nearly 8 months now), so I don't see it...in fact, I'd probably forget that I have it if it wasn't for people always commenting to me on how much they like it.